Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Mini Blog Make Over

Well I am back from a long, much needed, blogging break. I was busy with life and enjoying being unplugged. I have been searching for jobs, and for what I want to be doing. Monday I posted about my upsetting job search, here. After writing that post I've really missed blogging, and y'all! So I'm back!!

Sadly, I don't have a project lined up to share just yet so I'm just gonna share some of the mini makeover I'm working on for the blog.

Basically, I have decided that I'm going to embrace my title as an artist more than I did this past year. I've missed "real" art. I enjoy being crafty and I think it has it's place but I want to go back to my real passion which is using a talent that I was blessed with by the Lord. So, hopefully I will start sharing more on ART! I'm not sure what that looks like just yet, I'm thinking more posts about techniques, mediums, and concepts. Right now I'm going for more posts like these two where I talked all about color and how to use it and how to paint with out black. (If y'all have any ideas PLEASE share them!! I'm hoping I can help y'all answer some questions along the way).

 But part of this make over was inspired by my desire to share more of my studio! I've written about it a couple of times, and how blessed I am to have it just a couple yards away from my house!  (The Blessing of a StudioSetting Up ShopWork Bench Tutorial, Studio Storage) So now that I'm (mostly) settled in, I want to invite you guys in more often!

Today I've shared a couple of my new blog photos that I took right before Spring (no green grass or flowers yet) but they incorporate my creative space and that is SUPER important!

So WELCOME to the new Kitchen Table Art, where I am focusing on more than just the everyday crafts of life, but also on the beautiful art world that deserves more recognition in todays life!
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  1. These photos are gorgeous! And I love {and am a bit jealous of} your little studio space. :) I love your idea of sharing some art tips. I so miss my studio classes from college and always love a little art and design talk.

  2. I am super excited to see more of your artwork :]


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